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2010-05-16 23:25:19   Hello and welcome to the Wiki! Also, thank you for risking your personal safety to help spread information. —hankim


2010-05-17 00:36:26   looks like her —StevenDaubert


2010-05-17 00:36:39   What became of the concrete throwing? —StevenDaubert


2010-05-17 08:04:00   She was a really bad shot! :) —JamesMadden


2010-05-17 09:54:36   Applaud the picture! Her hair looks a little different (I saw her with some reddish brown dye) but the face is the slightly plump one I remembered. How about sending to the police? She's scamming everyone - passersby, parents with kids.. :( —LeeY


2010-05-18 04:14:52   Hey James, let me know where in the parking lot and about what time she threw the concrete at you. There is a slight chance that might be caught on security camara. I work at that Safeway, and she's a little psycho (that pic by the way is DEFINITELY her!). I've shoo'd her away and called the cops about a half dozen times at least! I hadn't seen her for a few months but it looks like she's back. Anyway, I'm glad you didn't buy her story and that you didn't get hit by that chunk of concrete! —TonyAhr


2010-05-19 00:50:22   Mind posting the full resolution picture of the crying girl? —WilliamLewis


2010-05-19 19:14:11   you should still shoot John Neves an email describing what happened, I'm sure he would be interested —StevenDaubert


2010-05-23 17:31:41   Wow, interesting update —StevenDaubert


2010-05-24 23:56:44   First the picture and now the license plate. You're like a superhero without a cape... or maybe you do wear one? —hankim


2010-05-25 00:09:21   DPD should already have that plate, but you might as well give it to them as well

talk to officer neves if you see him, or send him an email he has already had contact with her and said it would be arresting time if he found out she was still engaging in this kind of activity —StevenDaubert


2010-05-25 00:23:58   I think he would be more interested to hear about your repeated contact with her, especially the incidents where she / friends have pursued you / moved beyond aggressive panhandling —StevenDaubert


2010-05-25 10:09:17   as silly as it seems to you, it will be no laughing matter to him —StevenDaubert


2010-05-31 12:35:58   Hey, out of curiosity, how did they credit the photo? I'm glad they used it; the wiki is open so it can be used by everybody. The article isn't on the website (yet). If you add the exact title, it would help people trying to look it up. —JabberWokky


2010-05-31 15:03:15   u there? CBS13 wants to talk with you now —KemblePope


2010-05-31 15:07:20   email me if you want to be interviewed on the tv... he's here in davis now; i've never actually seen her before so i'm no help... kemblepope at gmail dot com —KemblePope


2010-06-01 10:23:40   Hey, how sure are you that that is her picture? —JabberWokky


2010-06-01 10:25:55   That totally looks like a unit in Almondwood. —hankim


2010-06-01 12:12:11   When I talked with the police, they said your assault was never officially reported. You might want to call them up. —WilliamLewis


2010-06-01 12:14:19   hmmmm, that's interesting! I will have to talk to them. —JamesMadden


2010-06-01 18:59:48   Mention what you just posted on the page, officer neves has had contact with her before. He response to emails as well! —StevenDaubert


2010-06-01 20:51:44   This was all logged when an officer responded to the Kinko's incident, on the 21st. I noted the rock throwing at the time as well as entering my vehicle and grabbing at my camera. The officer felt there was not enough evidence to arrest her on assault however. I was not hurt and none of my property was damaged. He said, if he'd caught her it would have been her word against mine, and I was the one taking a picture of what may have well been a random girl in a parking lot. The officer sympathized, knew her game, but said there was little he could do.

I wish they'd just do a sting. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate them trying to keep it by the book, but she's making them look bad in the process. They need to stop waiting for people to call her in, and go out and catch her themselves. Still, I guess reporting all our encounters give them all the more ammo to hit her with when she's caught.

I also want to say, the wiki is AWESOME. I've loved watching all the cooperative detective work. If the Davis PD have their hands tied at the moment, at least we can work together and keep our city on alert. —JamesMadden


2010-06-01 20:53:28   I should also add that there may be some confusion with the name JamesMadden. Its not real. —JamesMadden


2010-06-01 21:02:20   Neat stuff. To be honest, now that her name's out there, she's hopefully a bit screwed. Google-bombing her to that page and the various news articles about her would probably really do it, although there's several people with that name out there. How's it feel to have your photo all over the news btw? Kind of neat! Anyway, this is all likely going to have a much longer-term impact than her being fined by the police. —EdWins


2010-06-01 22:36:37   I agree. She's going to have a tougher time running her game now and will hopefully have a harder time finding a job/apartment/etc in the future. Sounds like people she knows are calling her out on it now as well. Arrested or not, her karma's coming around on her, and that's a pretty good feeling for me.

Yeah, seeing the picture up on the news was pretty cool. Edward said it the best though, watching this thing grow into what it is now was pretty amazing. Daviswiki really is awesome. I'd read the Con Artist page when it was still Crying Girl and never thought I'd run into her. Figured she was a transient who would soon move on. I never imagined the magnitude of it though until people started responding to the pic. Tony and Kemble were awesome and put a lot of work into it too. Kemble's write-up was great. That myspace page popping up on there this morning was hilarious. And then whoever got the media involved blew the gates out on the whole thing. Definitely nice work on that end.

I have to say though, I think it was all the people who'd added their stories that made all this stuff possible. The sheer number of people responding was amazing. Daviswiki is the best website ever. —JamesMadden


2010-06-03 19:31:55   Add it! —JabberWokky


2010-06-23 16:54:14   Did you get my email earlier today? —PhilipNeustrom


2010-06-23 18:07:26   Forwarded. Let me know if / when you call the reporter! —PhilipNeustrom

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